Deputy President William Ruto's former Jubilee Party, has accused him of being a clueless presidential candidate who is selling weird manifestos to Kenyans.
In a Facebook post through its social media platform, the ruling party, which DP Ruto dumped and formed his own United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party, accused him of campaigning for the last five years he's been in office instead of transforming the country by improving Kenya's Economy.
The party further accused the second in command of selling weird economic model across the country by holding town hall meetings to formulate his economic agenda and manifestos which he has been practicing for the past five years.
"It is confounding that a Presidential candidate who has been campaigning for his August 2022 bid for five years whilst selling weird economic models is now holding town hall meetings to formulate his economic agenda and manifesto literally days to the election. Agendaless, clueless, rudderless, ghost worker nothingness." Jubilee posted on Facebook.
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